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river was rescued by two very patient arbor trollmen. it -- patrolmen. it took awhile to get the dog to trust them but he did and they got him back to shore. now to the bad. a pregnant cow got trapped in a drainage ditch in florida. the animal apparently was freed from his farm and fell five feet in the ditch. a crane had to be used to lift the 800-found safety. finally the ugly. this pup is ready to slade but no one told him how this slide works. henry the dog can't make it to the top but seems he is having plenty of fun any way. time for your brew on this question of the day responses. we told you about the google glasses and asked if they are an invasion of privacy or harmless technology. sylvia wrote i think it depends on how the glasses are used. carl from little rock says glasses are no different from a cell phone which can
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instantly upload video or anything of the like so there is no invasion. or where is the invasion of privacy? kenny tweeted i think the google glasses are pretty cool. thanks to everyone who responded. we really appreciate it. have a great day. "fox & friends" starts right now. bye. >> hello. good morning. it is monday, march 18. i'm filling in for gretchen this morning. another benghazi bombshell. one senator says that the survivors are being silenced. he knows because he says they told him so. hear from him straight ahead. >>steve: a hypocrisy alert. why members from one of the largest labor unions wants to strike against their labor union bosses. >>brian: anna kooiman is in search of honest people.
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this guy finds a phone on the sidewalk. should he return it? what should you do? "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: live from studio e in the heart of midtown manhattan where it is two days till spring and yet we are talking about snow. >>brian: when you give the studio a letter, are you concerned there are people in the building who don't know how to find us. >>steve: do you know where studio d is? >>brian: studio d is in wisconsin. that's where we keep our acapella group. that's where we keep our orchestra. >>steve: it used to be so simple when you used to have two or three -- >> i don't know them by the letters anymore. i know shepherd studio, "fox & friends" studio. >>steve: of course today it is the aingely earhart
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studio. >> let's get to the headlines. a terrifying scene -- this is in an indiana neighborhood. a private jet crashes into a house killing two of the four passengers on board. the jet took off from tulsa, oklahoma, tried to land at the south bend airport but failed. the pilot reported an electrical problem. then that jet went down hitting three homes. >> all of a sudden fluttering or something and then boom! it got real quiet. >> then i rand to the front -- i ran to the front. it was a cloud of insulation and everything flying. >> two passengers and a person on the ground were injured. 200 people have been forced to leave their homes as crews are cleaning up the leaking jet fuel. >> now for a fox news alert. dozens of fire fighters racing to contain a massive
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esort area near dollywood. you can see flames shooting into the air. the resort in pigeon forge, tennessee, destroyed. the fire has been burning for more than 12 hours. 25 fire departments are at the scene. a mandatory evacuation order for those living nearby. luckily no injuries reported. world leaders are flocking to rome ahead of pope francis's inaugural mass tomorrow. vice president joe biden, a catholic, arrived to represent the u.s. tomorrow's mass will officially make pope francis the new leader of the catholic church. sunday he held his first blessing from that balcony. after mass he mingled with faithful followers, shaking hands and talking with the crowd. >> europe's only active volcano shooting streams of red hot lava. this is in sicily. that is an active volcano. you rarely see that anymore. authorities say no one is
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in danger from mount etna's recent eruptions but streets left a mess. volcanos known to erupt fairly often there. no reports of major flight disruption. i guess it does happen a lot. >>steve: not ash wednesday. it is ash monday there. let's talk a little bit about this. unless you watch fox news, you probably don't know much about what happened over in benghazi, libya, at our consolate there on september 11 of last year where four brave americans died. there are 33 survivors of what happened there that night, and yet we haven't heard from any of them. and lindsay graham says there is a really good reason. he says they're being told to shut up. >>brian: we still have not heard that from them but senator graham leading the charge. talked to governor huckabee about it. listen. >> you've got to remember, this administration leaked every detail of the bin laden raid. it told us about the
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pakistani doctor in jail. they told us about seal team 6. they are refusing to give us the identity of the survivors and allow them to come to congress to be interviewed. i'm going to hold up the business of the senate until we get the survivors on record. i've talked to a couple. their story is chilling. they are scared to death to come forward without institutional support. >>brian: lindsay graham got a call from the president and said round up 20 senators and let's go to dinner. at that time did he not say i just talked to survivors of the benghazi massacre. could you tell me why they feel threatened by your white house about coming forward? there is a disconnect. why are you waiting until the weekend to tell governor huckabee when you talked to the president tuesday. >>steve: maybe he did. >>brian: he said who he i talked to the president, this is what he said.
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lindsay graham has been very direct in the past. why not on this? >> now that we know lindsay graham's comment, the white house is saying they are not preventing anyone from speaking, i'm waiting on the 33 survivors to come out and tell us exactly what happened. >>steve: good luck. here's what can happen in washington, d.c. do you think we're going to get any answers from the white house? no. over on the senate side, it is controlled by democrats, and harry reid is not going to move anything forward. but senator graham says what he'll do is hold up any nominations and wreak havoc. over on the house side, frank wolf, a republican congressman from the commonwealth of virginia, says he has 60 signatures on a document to install a select committee, which will be great because then the select committee would look into what happened. john bolton, who used to be our ambassador to the united nations, says something is not right here. listen. >> i think the entire way the administration has handled the benghazi affair
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has been abnormal and i think it's particularly strange that the people who were there when the attack took place were not made available to congress or others interested in finding out what actually happened that day. part of the administration's problem here is that many people think they engaged in a coverup, that they made up the story about the demonstration because they didn't want to reveal that terrorist groups were prevalent in and around benghazi. i think the way to get to the bottom of the issue one way or the other is to allow these people to talk to members of congress, to tell them what actually happened to them on the day of the attack. and if they feel intimidated, if they're being withheld from congress, i think that's only going to continue. the question in many people's minds: is this a coverup or is it not? >>steve: from what lindsay graham said, he says he has had contact with some of the survivors and they say they were told to be quiet. >> do you think they're
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fearful to come forward? >>steve: absolutely. >>brian: i don't understand how they can be fearful to come forward. what are they going to do? >>steve: if they're government employees -- this is pure speculation but this happens a lot. something happens -- listen, don't make a big deal out of this and we'll take care of you. if you make a lot of racket -- >>brian: you've been watching too much tv. let's talk about something else. remember andrew jackson? after he would be -- after he won the white house, his defeat against john quincy adams, he invited all his guys to come into the white house and they wrecked the place. they started deciding we've got to watch who we bring into the white house. when this president won he said it's going to be the people's house, not going to be subjected to lobbyist groups. according to to a column today, we find out it is
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becoming a place where only the rich can go. >>steve: the white house currently -- you're taking a live shot at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. the tours are closed because of that scary darned sequester. it's closed to the poor but it's open to the rich. and what's interesting over the last couple of days, know that organizing for action group actually has met with the president -- the most transparent question in the history of the planet -- to the tune of $50,000 a head. of course we told you about this a couple of weeks ago where it sure sounds like the white house was selling access for half a million dollars but apparently they had a fire sale and people could get in for 50-k. >> they were able to meet with the president. 75 individuals paid $50 a head. but the white house is saying if you give us $500,000, then you can come in and have access for a sit-down with the president. >>steve: the white house is closed to the poor and open to the rich. >>brian: you've got three and a half years to correct that image.
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mark mckinnon said he helped push get elected, he helped mccain get nominated. when it comes to what he's doing now, he is bipartisan of late. he formed an organization -- >>steve: mark mckinnon, not the president. >>brian: he's saying right now the image he's projecting with this new organization that he started and the shutdown of the white house tours while you still have calligraphers on the payroll -- you can't lay off a calligrapher to not do a super bowl roman numeral for a week but you've got to stop white house tours, you can't bring in volunteers to bring around the tourists instead of shutting it down? so he thinks it is a really bad image to portray. >>steve: it is. here's one other image that is embarrassing. the big union -- >>brian: i think we're boring aingely. >> this is my studio.
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i'm allowed to sit back. what were you saying? >>steve: i was saying in san francisco, the biggest labor union is seiu. they represent the most people who work for the city of san francisco. it's kind of ironic that apparently seiu local 1021, the membership has voted to go on strike against their own union bosses because apparently they feel like -- >>brian: they're not getting anywhere. >>steve: the bosses want them to cave on concessions on pensions and health care and stuff like that. and so what the union leadership has done is they said this is just a small minority of people who want to go on strike. small minority. 94% voted let's go on strike. >> not sitting well, i'm sure, with the union bosses. but where did they learn to strike? from the bosses they're striking against. >>steve: how delicious is that. city officials say the salaries are too high when
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they look at other similar situations and jobs in the city by the bay. >>brian: 12 minutes after the top of the hour. ahead, a scary lesson coming to schools. graphic stories of war and bombings for third graders. is that appropriate? why these books were just approved. >> a 10% hike on anyone with a bank account to help bail out their country. they're going to take 10% out of your bank account. it's happening and it's happening in europe. could it be happening here next? >>brian: we'll find out what stuart varney has in his bank account and how his bank account and how much he'll be losing. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios
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ordered the country to tax private bank accounts up to 10%. and now citizens in cyprus are in panic mode rushing to a.t.m.'s. there's a run on banks there as people try to clean out their savings before the tax hits them. >>ainsley: this is to help bail out the cash-strapped country. something like this, could it happen in america? we're asking our guest stuart varney. good morning. >> theoretically, yes, it could happen here. if congress passes a law which taxes wealth -- that is a bank deposit -- yes, it could happen here. in practice, it will not happen here. >>ainsley: it will be a riot. >> plus america can print its own money. you can print dollars to get out of trouble if you're in extreme situations. cyprus uses the euro, somebody else's currency. >>brian: the problem is this is the deal they cut in order to survive. the e.u. gave them this money and said this is some of the austerity things you must do.
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>> cyprus is bankrupt. it needed an extra $13 billion to keep going. the europeans said we'll give you the money, but you've got to give some of it back from the deposits of everybody in the country. so they're going to take money out of your private bank account in order to pay for this bailout. that breaches a very important principle. until now if you're in a bankrupt country, the bondholders, the people who lent the country money, they were the losers. now it's the citizens directly. >>ainsley: they haven't done it yet, so these people are running to the a.t.m.'s getting their money out. >> but the banks are closed. what happens when the banks open up again probably wednesday, maybe thursday? there will be a run on the banks. people will take their money out because they don't know whether there will be another tax three months from now, which takes more of their money. >>brian: put it under the mattress. >> that is what people are going to do. the price of gold is up this morning in part because people are losing
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confidence in the paper money which they thought was theirs in their bank accounts in cyprus. >>steve: do you remember when they invented this crazy european union thing and there was such high hopes that this would change everything. it really has. >> it really has. this is one more sort of chink in the armor, one more example of whether euro may not survive in its current form. cyprus is a small country, okay, but this is drastic. >>brian: and why your u.k. was smart not to play. >> your u.k.? what's this with the finger pointing? i am thoroughly americanized. >>brian: it was smart for the u.k. not to go you're. >>steve: u.k. now is the university of kentucky. >> do they have a bracket? >>brian: they did not make it. they will not be repeating. let's go to the break and talk about this. >> i'm not fully americanized? i don't know my bracket. >>steve: straight
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ahead -- of course watch stuart three hours from now. >>brian: got to get his promo. >>steve: he does. doesn't take extra money. just wants face time on our show. we told you about the accusations of benghazi survivors. 33 of them are being told to keep quiet or else, but our next guest says those survivors may not be as important as we think. >>ainsley: they show up late. new research finds young professionals aren't professional at all. what do you think?
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>>ainsley: welcome back. quick headlines. louisiana governor bobby jindal in a car accident this week but he's okay. a truck sideswiped the s.u.v. carrying the governor. a state trooper driving a second s.u.v. hit a utility pole and had minor injuries. >> a prison escape straight out of the movies. two inmates used a rope to climb into a helicopter to break out of a prison in quebec. police tracked down that chopper and the pilot and the two inmates were captured a short time later. brian? >>brian: yes. another benghazi bombshell. senator lindsay graham saying the administration telling survivors of the attack to keep quiet. so is the white house silencing stories that could bring us more answers on this attack which has so many question marks to this day? let's ask the c.e.o. of concerned veterans of america. pete, does it bother you, this story that senator
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graham brought up? >> sure it does. i mean, if normally or informally the white house is suggesting these survivors shouldn't be talking, that's a problem. what senator graham understands -- and no one has been to iraq or afghanistan more than the senator because he understands that perspective, face-to-face talking to those who are dealing with the situation, cut through a lot of the b.s. and misinformation and confusion. hearing from survivors is going to add details we might be missing at this point. >>brian: here's what bothers me. if i went to you as a member of the white house or liaison of the white house and say i heard about that attack, i know you were there, know you were wounded, don't say a word, you'd still come forward. what military person used to telling the truth and trained that way would be intimidated by the white house? >> you would think so. although, i don't know, it's a -- you never know. the media environment is vast. what represent fully indications will -- what represent fully -- what
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ramifications will come? what if i do have a government job? you never know. we heard about what happened in benghazi before during and after, not heeding warnings, covering up not quick enough. maybe survivors feel the story is already out there. i'm not sure. >>brian: everyone has a different perspective on the iraq war but yours is valuable because you fought in it. what's your thought ten years since it started? >> it's almost hard to fathom ten years since the war kicked off. i'm proud of what our generation of warriors accomplished, what we fought for. everything that we -- over 4,400 that gave their lives on that sacred ground. thousands more that were wounded in pursuit of that mission. i'm proud of what we did over there. i'm proud of coming home and fighting for the surge, fighting for the will of the american people to finish the job. i wish we finished it in a more proper fashion per se. i honor what these vets have done, and we're
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thanking them every day. >>brian: what do you say to people who say it was not worth it? >> i tell them they're wrong. tell theme to those that went over -- tell that to those that went over there with their men, fought vicious men for our own safety and brought a war back from the brink and proved americans do have the resolve, do have the will to win and it's embodied in the troops that have done it. our organization is thanking vets today. go to concerned veterans for america.org and thank a vet today. >>brian: with benghazi, you're not that concerned. why don't you think it's that important to get the purview of the survivors? >> it's not that i don't think it's important. i think we should get that on-the-ground perspective. i don't think at this point we're probably going to get a whole lot different than we already know. we know they didn't heed the warnings. we know the folks at the annex knew there was an attack coming; the white house didn't do anything
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about it. then when they were attacked, there was no real rapid response that happened. we know that all happened. i think the survivors will provide additional details that are important. we should hear from them. i don't know how much good it will do. >>brian: i would like to know if the rescue was called off. there were a lot of guys there, a lot of people who believe who study this stuff like you who believe the survivors thought if they could hold on long enough, help was on its way. was it? was it stopped? >> that is an important detail and a question that needs to be asked of people on the ground. i think senator graham understands that. >>brian: pete, thanks so much. 27 minutes after the hour. a frightening lesson tkoplg a classroom near you -- coming to a classroom near you. graphic tales about war, bombings and abductions. it's for third graders. >> check out this guy who finds a phone on the sidewalk. does he return it? we'll find out next.
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>>brian: remember when tebowing was the big craze? >>steve: sure. >>brian: that's long good. forget about eastwooding and talking to an empty chair. the latest craze, the tale of liberty pose, this is a photo over the weekend. you can see it looks strikingly similar to lady liberty. >>steve: except the big gulp isn't welcoming immigrants into new york harbor. >>brian: the palin pose trending on-line and leading to a late-night craze for groups looking to strike that pose. we'll see where that goes. that's allowed. bloomberg would okay that. >>ainsley: good morning to you. if you're just waking up, 6:32 on the east coast. a few headlines. a pennsylvania community is mourning the loss of a beloved coach and her unborn child killed in a bus crash.
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[singing] >>ainsley: hundreds gathering on sunday for a memorial service at seton hill university. members of the woman's lacrosse team wore uniforms and laid flowers in memory of their head coach. here's her picture. she was six months pregnant. she died on saturday when the team bus veered off a highway, crashed into a tree. >>brian: house speaker john boehner with a warning to the nation: the debt crisis is coming. >> we do not have an immediate debt crisis but we all know we have one looming. we have one looming because we have entitlement programs that are not sustainable in their current form. they're going to go bankrupt. >>brian: speaker boehner says it could come as soon as next year. the warning comes when the treasury reveals federal spending increased by more than $30 billion the first five months of the fiscal year 2013.
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total spending $1.5 trillion. in case you forgot our national debt is $16 trillion. >>steve: that why you're whispering? >>brian: this is the most stunning story today. >>steve: this is a crazy story. shocking details about the sandy hook shooter. gunman adam lanza had been planning the investigation for years. investigators found a seven foot long and four foot wide kill spread sheet. it contained stiff research about mass murders -- extensive research about mass murders of the past. back in december lann did a shot and killed 20 -- la stka shot and killed children and women at the school in newtown, connecticut. he shot and killed his mother, stole her car and guns. >>ainsley: a scary lesson for children coming to
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classrooms. new york educators have given the green light for a curriculum that contains picture books with realistic details of war. they include the librarian of basra which contains drawings of fighter planes dropping bombs on a palm tree lined middle eastern town and people wondering who will die. the lessons will be used in third through fifth grade. >>steve: wonder whose idea that is? >>ainsley: not mine. >>steve: 25 minutes before the top of the hour. we were talking about the bracket. he's our bracketeer, mr. kilmeade. >>brian: let's talk basketball. louisville scoring the top seed tournament last night. other top seeds: kansas in the south, gonzaga in the west and indiana in the east. kentucky failing to make the tournament. they are stunned.
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tempers flaring after denny hamlin hits his former teammate, spinning him around. begano racing over to hamlin. the two had to be pulled apart. then they went to a twitter war. they are really mad at each other and called each other out. and now the two bushes finishing the top five. coming up between 9 and noon between kilmeade and friends, the radio app and wherever you have our stations, bret baier, gordon chang and ed henry amongst the many guests. >>steve: let's tell you a little bit about this. if you work in a place and every season you know you get a new crop of young people into the office -- interns and what not -- and you think they don't work like i used to when i first got signed on to this job, you're kind of right. because there's a york college in pennsylvania did
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research where they talked to 400 people in human resources. what they found out is essentially millennials, the young people who just graduated from high school and college, they are a little immature. they are not very professional at work. >>ainsley: i don't like this study. it says that generation needs a new attitude. i feel like they say this with every college graduating class that you're not as good as we were. i'd like to look at the positives. there are a lot of interns here that are awesome and do a great job. >>brian: a lot of people here, according to this study in this generation are not coming to the table with a lot of the same work ethic. for example, they don't pay attention to instruction. they want to do their own thing. they look at rules as guidelines. pout when they get in trouble. and don't understand when things don't go well. wait a second, i did everything right. have been told your attire
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is not professional more than once and are constantly late. according to the h.r. people, at least 52% of these young employees arrive at the office with a sense of entitlement. it's my job, i can do what i want. the problem is when it comes to dressing and behavior regarding texting and stuff like that, who do they look toward? do they look toward somebody who's been there for years? they look toward other kids who are their age. they see them texting all the time and figure it's okay. >>ainsley: this is good news for kids who are doing the right thing because they don't have much competition. >>brian: do you believe ainsley is right that every generation criticizes the previous generation or do you believe the studies that we pay a lot of money for? maria molina is outside. >> good morning. i hope you think i'm a hard worker. i like to think so. we're outside of our headquarters where it is a very chilly start to the day in new york city. we're looking at
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temperatures only in the 20's. it's not going to be warming up very much in new york city. your temperatures well below average for this time of the year. supposed to be spring on wednesday. high temperatures for the day only 36 degrees. san antonio, 93 degrees, possible record heat. there is a threat for severe weather across parts of the southeast. damaging wind gusts, large hail. north of a winter storm. we'll tell you more about that later. >>ainsley: our own kwoeupl -- anna kooiman took a cross-country trip in search of honesty in america. she is back to tell us what she found. good morning, anna. >> we did five cities in five days with the creators of a brand-new virtual lost and found system called bungee. what bungee does is allows you to anonomously tag all your valuables, wall let,
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key tags, what have you and links to your e-mail address and others so you can safely anonomously get your goods back. our tour started in viva las vegas. we're at caesar's palace, an icon in vegas since the 1960's. we're about to lose a wallet and passport and find out who's on it. those people look like they see something. maybe they'll do the right thing and turn it in somewhere. now we sit here and wait and hope the concession stand person does the right thing. we have a winner. somebody is doing the right thing. your property has been found by phone number. it gives the phone number. hey, did somebody find a wallet and passport? >> yes. >> how helpful is that?
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>> at least it gives someone an avenue to return it to the correct owner. >> picking it up, kind of looking around. is he going to read it. we'll see. what's this blue tag. reading it. >> excuse me, sir. i think i dropped my cell phone. what do you plan on doing with it? >> i don't know. >> you were going to throw it away? you were going to throw it away? why did you pick it up and not throw it in the trash can if you were going to throw it away? >> i don't know. i don't know. that's why i look.
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>> how come you started walking really fast after you picked it up? >> i'm hungry. >> you're hungry? >> yes. >> we're at the mirage for the famous volcano show. time to lose another camera and find out who's on it. >> did you guys find my camera? >> we did, yeah. >> do you think this is a product you would want to invest in, this bungee? >> i don't know. it's cool. how are we ever going to find who it belongs to. >> yeah. personal items easy. >> a camera, there's pictures on there. if it was something that didn't really matter, but memories are made on a camera. >> exactly.
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>> in the brand-new virtual lost and found, bungee, it launches today. bungeetag.com. it anonomously links to your cell phone number and e-mail address with this little code here. so that if you lose a valuable item, the person who finds it can text the number and you can meet up with them and get your valuable back. here's the cool thing. $5,000 is going to be going to the most honest person in america at the end of the week after we've shown you our stories from las vegas, dallas, miami, charleston and washington, d.c. we're going to let all of you "fox & friends" viewers vote on who is the most honest and that person is going to win five grand. >>steve: excellent. >>ainsley: i like that some people were honest. i'm not going to mess with you, anna. >>brian: coming up straight ahead, terrorists among us, scary new details about the number-one american city terror groups
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>>ainsley: a look at the headlines today. new york isn't just the prime target of terrorists. it's also the top spot for recruiting them. a new study revealing that the big apple is home to 14% of al qaeda members in the u.s. and to 20% of u.s.-born terrorists. and a heartless crime in utah. a man stealing money from a little girl scout. the girl scout selling cookies. and to make it even worse, they were going to use the profit to help the humane society and help veterans. steve? >>steve: you remember this story from history
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class? the american revolution, the drafting of our constitution, the inauguration of our first president? but these stories are almost never adopted for kids' books, so how can we teach america's youngest patriots about this great land of ours? joining us is amelia hamilton, the author of "ten steps to freedom: a growing patriot's guide to the american revolution." good morning to you. >> good morning. >>steve: i love the fact that you became a book writer of american history of sorts because you went shopping. >> i did. yes. i wanted to buy a present for a friend's little boy, a book about america, to share patriotism with him and couldn't find any. >>steve: why are there not enough books teaching people in the young demographic about this great land of ours? >> i don't know. i think there is an idea out there that those concepts may be too old for these little ones, but i don't think it's ever too early to introduce them to patriotism. >>steve: let's look at a quote out of the book on
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the 4th of july when you watch the sky and you see it burning bright, remember what it means and why we celebrate that night. and this whole book is in rhyme form with the intention of then kids memorizing it by rhyme? >> yes. kids will remember it. it will keep them a little more engaged while their parents are reading to them as well. >>steve: it's good for kids but also good for the parents as well. you see on those tests around the world, when you compare american kids with other kids and so many kids don't know about the history of their country and they don't know about social studies and stuff like that. this is going to help. >> i hope so. that's a lot of the reason i wrote it. i heard from a lot of parents after i wrote it for this one little boy that they wanted copies of it because their kids weren't getting it in school. >>steve: i've got a suggestion for you. if you want kids to learn, turn it into an app. >> we're working on that. it will be part of the
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growing patriots. >>steve: it seems like whenever you see a kid and he's not doing what he's supposed to be doing, he's looking on a phone. there's an app. a history app of sorts. folks, "ten steps to freedom: a growing patriot's guide to the american revolution." amelia, thank you so much. >>ainsley: they fought for our freedom but now a new law can take way some of our veterans' gun stphraoeuts sound fair? -- gun rights. sound fair? we debate this we debate this controversial new law next.es s. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle.
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>>brian: a new law in new york requires mental health professionals to report if they believe their patients pose a danger to themselves or others. if so, those patients can be stripped of their gun licenses. but the department of veterans affairs says they
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are not complying because it could deter many vets from seeking help. is this fair? hear for a balanced debate, we have a democratic strategist and a veteran from the marine corps. this law, you can see the point that maybe people coming back from battle will be unfairly targeted. don't you? >> i think anybody who is seeking mental health treatment and poses a clear and present danger to themselves or to other people is a cause for concern. the national rifle association has been on the vanguard of calling for sort of a mental health registry of people who are posing a danger. this is their only remedy that they seem to be able to identify to, really horrific examples of gun violence of people who are mentally unstable in the wake of newtown, in the wake of aurora, in the wake of virginia tech. i think it seems like a commonsense law that new york passed. >>brian: in the case of aurora, we know his therapist seemed to have been on red alert for his
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violent activities. jesse, why do you think it's going to hurt veterans more? >> i would expect the politician or somebody in the political realm to think that way because they have never been on active duty or don't know veterans. there are 22 million veterans out there. they have a right to defend themselves like anyone else. mental health is a critical issue for our veterans. the department of veterans affairs already has tools in place that if somebody were a threat they would report it. for us to legislate through an additional law is insulting and makes a blanket statement that veterans could be a potential threat. the n.r.a. never stated they support this. >> brian, i want to make sure it's very clear what we're talking about. this isn't about the right to own a gun. this isn't about the second amendment. what this is about is -- >> it's about releasing the privacy. >> let me finish. i really appreciate, and do we all, your service and the service of the people who go and fight for our country. but the fact of the matter is when it comes to administering this law, this law isn't targeted at veterans.
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this is anybody seeking mental health -- >> yes, it is the veterans affairs. veterans have to release a medical record. >> why do you think it is targeting veterans more? >> the v.a. refused to release these records and that is what we're on here today to discuss. if you served on active duty you would understand we go through a battery of tests to serve our country proudly. we are here to defend our country and our medical record should be kept private. the v. has measures in place. what are you chasing? additional laws to glorify yourself. >> if you were having homicidal thoughts about shooting up a school, i would want a psychologist -- >> name one veteran who has done that. not a single veteran has caused these shootings. >>brian: jesse and mark, good debate. we're just scratching the surface. people want to stop the next shooting. we want to do it the next day. straight ahead, both sides seem to be in agreement about the budget, but we've seen this before. will we really reach a deal before the end of the month to stop the government from
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taxpayers from one of the brokest states in the country. how many people did that state have to fire to cover the $40 million tab? we're going to tell but that and so much more. "fox & friends" hour two for monday starts right now. ♪ everybody was kung fu fighting ♪ ♪ . >> steve: the funny thing about this is not that those guys are practically naked. it's the fact that it's about 15 degrees outside. >> brian: i think it's that they're practically naked. wow. >> steve: wait a minute! he threw him down outside the green circle. you know what that means. >> brian: right right.
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what that means is that they get to do it again 'cause it's not a real match. this is a television show. they're just doing exhibitions for us outdoors. >> ainsley: you try to -- >> brian: a lot of people that you it was just an indoor sport. >> ainsley: you try to get them out of the ring or get one of their body parts out of the ring >> ainsley: one weighs 430 pounds, the other weighs 370. >> brian: can you imagine if go to get dressed dressed and forgr uniform? >> steve: where do you buy those exactly. >> ainsley: i think like a drugstore. it's called a diaper. more on that coming up later. maria is going to get in them, i think. tiny maria. a fox news alert this. >> no dozens of firefighters racing to contain a massive favorite at resort near dollywood. at least a dozen cabins now destroyed. the fire has been burning for
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more than 12 hours. 25 fire departments are on the scene. a mandatory evacuation order for those living nearby. so far no injuries have been reported. a terrifying scene at an indiana neighborhood when a private jet crashes into a house. look at that. kills two of the four passengers on board. the jet took off from tulsa, oklahoma, tried to land at south bend airport, but failed, obviously. the pilot reported an electrical problem and then the jet went down. >> all of a sudden, sputtering or something and then boom. nothing else. got quiet. >> then i ran to the front and it was a big cloud of insulation and plane parts and everything flying. >> ainsley: two passengers and a person on the ground were hurt. 200 people have been forced to leave their homes as crews are cleaning up. a fox business alert. overseas, markets plunging and people in cyprus racing to pull
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money out of the bank. look at the line there. widespread concern, outrage after the europe rowzone told cyprus to tax everyone's bank account by up to nearly 10%. they're going to take 10% out of the bank account for everyone living there. officials say it's needed to fund a $13 billion bailout plan for cyprus. many are concerned that it will create a dangerous precedent. so they're in talks about doing this. the banks are closed for the next few days because of holiday and the markets are closed there. but if this does parks they're going to go into people's bank accounts and get 10% out. that would cause outrage here in america. >> steve: that's why there are runs on the atm's now. switching to another story, in rome, as you see there, world leaders flocking to the eternal city to celebrate the newly elected pope's mass tomorrow. lauren green is in position and joins us live from rome. >> hey, lauren.
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>> hey. hi. all is being readied for the installation of the mass tomorrow. more than a million tourists are expected to attend, clogging up the narrow roman streets and as you were talking about, 130 delegations and heads of state are expected to attend. last night vice president joe biden arrived from air force two during a spring drizzle. he leads the u.s. delegation of nancy pelosi and souza in a martinez. last night they celebrated at a small vatican parish and greeted everybody. then he celebrated the angelus, telling people of god's great capacity for forgiveness. >> don't forget god never gets tired of forgiving us. it is we who get tired of asking for forgiveness. have a good sunday and have a nice lunch.
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>> francis is more relaxed way of taking on the papacy has the italian papers calling it bergoglio style. vatican insiders agree on this. >> he's a traditionalist when it comes to theology. in continuity with john paul ii. no question on that. secondly, he brings a real concern for justice. he's really concerned about poor people. he fought the argentine government when they cut benefits for the poor. and thirdly, he brings a real commitment to a simple lifestyle >> also in proof of pope francis' ecumenical style, tomorrow the patriarch of the eastern orthodox church will be here. this has not happened in the christian church for 1,000 years. that was 1,000 years since the great schism. this is signaling a very different direction of this
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papacy. >> steve: indeed. lauren green live near vatican city. and everything is going to happen tomorrow morning, starting up early. we'll be live on the air. >> brian: i'm sure donald trump will be watching us live. let's bring him in now. he's the author of "time to get tough." welcome back. >> good morning. >> ainsley: good morning. >> brian: it seems yesterday, if you are watching chris wallace's show, you have senator dick durbin on one side, senator corker on the other and listen to how close they seem to be on getting a grand bargain on the budget. listen. >> i think republicans, if they saw true entitlement reform, would be glad to look at tax reform that generates additional revenue and that doesn't mean increasing rates. that means closing loopholes. it also means arranging our tax system so that we have economic growth. >> i want to thank bob for saying that. that's what the president is trying to set up. both sides sitting down on a bipartisan basis, not eliminating medicare as i'm
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afraid the paul ryan budget would do, but making sure it will survive tore generations to come. putting revenues on the table that are fair and won't penalize the working people across america. and making sure it's a balanced approach. i think what bob corker said from his side is a basic set of principles that both parties can rally over. >> brian: what do you think? are we close? >> it sounds like they're getting there. it sounds like they're getting a clot closer. we hope it will be the right deal and i was surprised to hear tax increases because we're already one of the great taxed nations on earth. but they sound like we're getting a little closer. >> ainsley: john boehner says as far as he's concerned, that conversation is overment taxes have already been increased for mens back in january with the fiscal cliff. >> they made the tax deal back in january and everyone thought that was going to be the end of it. i think people that really know something about negotiation didn't necessarily feel that. they made that deal and all of a sudden the next day they said we want more taxes. so i didn't like that deal. i didn't think it was a good deal for the republicans or the country.
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what's going to happen now is i think it looks to me, and i have a lot of friends on both sides, it looks like they're trying to come together. whether they get there or not, i don't know. >> steve: they make it sound so easy if it really was easy, they would have done something already by now. the big question is whether or not the president of the united states is going to bend on the whole revenue thing he's insisting on. but at the same time, mr. trump, as you look at the president's poll numbers, they're plummeting and he's got the sequester and everything else to blame for that. >> the country is not doing well and you look at what's happening with our base. you look -- i consider a base to be the manufacturing and making things in this country. i'm looking at numbers, which is not making things anymore. you look at china, look at brazil, look at so many other country, india, what they're doing and how well they're doing. and the kind of jobs they're producing and they're making our products. so we have to get back to making things. not just taking care of people, because health care is
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fantastic. there is nothing more important. but you don't make money from that. that's money going out. we have to get back to making things. >> brian: right. by the way, as bob corker did say, we only pay a third into medicare as is needed than we got out. that math does not work, even durbin admitted that. at cpac, you spoke. you also took in some of the other speakers. ben carson, for example, did he impress you? >> he did. he's got some very gotta points and he really is a free market person. when you look at it, egot some great ideas for health care and how to afford it for this country. right now this country can't afford it. two ways you afford it. get the economy back to where it was years ago. i'm talking about years ago. or you start listening to what ben was saying. he was very impresssive. >> steve: what did you think about the fact that at cpac in the straw poll, rand paul was
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the party's, you know, pick for president in 2016? >> well, i remember i was there last year and ron paul was doing very well and that whole libertarian movement, which has some great points, by the way, but that movement is a very strong movement within cpac. there is no question about it. >> brian: are you part of it? >> i'm a part of certain aspects of it. i do believe in certain things having to do with the libertarian. it's really a movement. perhaps it gets carried a little too far, but there are certain things in there that you have to be part of. anybody has to be, from a common sense standpoint. >> brian: common sense would say it means "celebrity apprentice" day, sunday, that was yesterday. donald, here you are at that moment that everyone waits for every sunday. who will you fire? watch. >> latoya, were you afraid to bring omarosa back? it's okay. were you afraid you didn't want confrontation? >> absolutely not. >> i know you're tough. >> i want to battle her, mr. trump. >> arsenio has a different take than me.
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he gets it. but i don't get it. i hate to do it, latoya. you made a terrible choice when you didn't bring back omarosa because i think i probably would have fired omarosa. latoya, you're fired. >> steve: that was the tactical error. she brought in those two other people who didn't do anything wrong. that was just dumb on her part. >> well, she almost was afraid of omarosa. omarosa has really been acting up. she's been pretty evil. a lot of people don't like her and i'm getting a lot of heat for keeping her. my at real donald trump is getting a lot of heat for keeping her, but i had no choice she didn't bring her back. >> brian: i heard latoya said i bet you pull the plug on your fiance. >> that's a strong statement. omarosa was crying all overt place. but she didn't bring omarosa back. now, if she's not before me, i can't fire her. but i am getting a lot of heat, no question about it. >> ainsley: i have to mention one thing.
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i was watching "family feud." did you see the episode when you were the topic of one of the games? >> no, i didn't. >> ainsley: it was all these phrases that donnel -- donald trump would say and you're fired was one of them. you know you've made it, right? >> and being on your show is a great honor. >> steve: you mentioned twitter. you can follow donald trump at real donald trump on the twitter feed. >> brian: my son says every day, did you see what donald trump did today? >> steve: i was monitoring him last night. he had about 15 about omarosa yesterday. donald, we'll see you back here. >> thank you so much. >> ainsley: coming up next, major layoffs on the way, from teachers to members of our military. the side effects of the sequester are about to hit hard. and our next guest says the white house isn't doing a thing to stop them. >> steve: then if at first you don't succeed, try and try and try again. we've got details [ male announcer ] in blind taste tests, even ragu users chose prego.
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>> steve: it may be known to some as the gem state. but idaho isn't uncovering any hidden treasures this year. sequestration budget cuts are coming down hard on the state to the tune of $20 million. who is getting hit the hardest? joining us, somebody who knows, idaho governor butch otter. i'm born in iowa. that's why i have iowa on the mind. good morning to you. >> i'll forgive you. >> steve: three weeks ago today you were in the oval office and the president of the united states pulled out a paper and told you what? >> well, actually there were 48 other governors there as well. and the governors were pretty uniform, steve. when they said, hey, listen, we can handle this 2.6% cut.
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this $85 billion, we've been doing this all these years, balancing the budget, making the tough decision. if you'll just give us flexibility, say in health and welfare, move it from low energy assistance to vaccination for immunizations for children. >> steve: have they given you the flexibility? >> not yet. but the president was ameanable to that. >> steve: let's put up some of the impact areas there in your great state of idaho when it comes to the national guard, looks like some furloughs affecting about 810 people. when it comes to teachers, looks like 50 teachers and aides at risk. work study jobs, boise state will lose 50,000. impacts 54 students and job search assistance could lose 3 or $4 million and eliminates 85 positions. now, because you have a business background, i understand after
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your meeting with the other governors at the white house, you went back to all the heads of all your agencies and told them what? >> actually we started that before. when we started our budget cycle in july of 2013, we said, listen, assume a 20% cutback. pardon me, 2012. we said assume a 20% cutback. i spent six years in congress. i knew this had to come, as did a lot of the other governors. so we said, eventually they got to make a correction. so we went back and said assume 20% cutback. go through your agencies. find out how much federal money has been coming into your agency and what mission critical necessary things you have to do to make sure that you can finish your critical missions. >> steve: see, it's great that you prepared the state of idaho for the problem, whereas you look at what happened in washington as kind of like oh, we never thought this was actual lea going to happen. >> it's got to happen. you're at $16.7 trillion right
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now and headed in the wrong direction. so we understand that there has got to be a correction. so the $85 billion is a good first start. >> steve: no kidding. governor butch otter of the gem state, i always thought it was the potato state. that, too, right? >> as long as you're eating idaho potatoes, i'm satisfied. as long as you're not eating the iowa potatoes. >> steve: there you go. although they are tasty. we used to raise them. governor, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> steve: coming up, terrorists among us, scary new details about the top american city terror groups are recruiting from. a new study finds young people are putting off marriage. but our next guest says that's not good news for the future of families. she's here to explain. it's an institute you can't disparage ♪ ♪ at the local gentry ♪ and they will say it's
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>> brian: news by the numbers. 1. that's where new york rank has places for terror recruiting. the study found the big apple is home to the 14% of al-qaeda members in the u.s. great. and 500. that's the number of limited edition bottles of whiskey being sold at the historic estate of george washington. sales state farther month at $95 a bottle. and $42.2 million. that's how much "oz the great and powerful" took in to win for a second week at the box office. ainsley? >> ainsley: thanks. you see it in the movies and now in real life, more americans putting off marriage until later in life. >> we've been together for over seven years.
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you know me. you know who i am. you either want to marry me or you don't. >> or there is a possibility that i mean it when i say i don't believe in marriage. >> ainsley: according to a new study, most women these days don't get married until they're 27. in the '90s, it was 23. most men not getting married until they're 29 years old. our next guest says that trend isn't good news for the future of our families. here to explain all of this is one of the authors of that study, kay, a fellow at the manhattan institute. good to see think morning. i know you've been working on this study for a long time n yes, i have. >> ainsley: you say delaying marriage hurts the lower middle class. why is that? >> well, among college educated women, it's work out fairly well, the later marriage, 'cause they're not only putting off marriage, but child bearing also. focusing on school, on their careers. if they wait 'til they're 30,
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they will make more money than just about anybody else, including some men at the -- with less education. but among women who do not have a college education, particularly we were interested in those who graduated high school and maybe have a year or two of college. they're not putting off child bearing. they are putting off marriage, but the children are still coming before marriage. that's not good news. >> ainsley: let's put up some of these statistics. you say by age 25, 44% of women have had a baby, but look at this next statistic. 38% are married. which means women are having babies out of wedlock. this number is going up. is this a challenge for the child? >> it is. we have a lot of evidence that couples who are not married tend to be much more unstable. so if you compare the outcomes for kids who are at their fifth birth, if the parents were
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together but cohabitating, the parents are three times more likely to break up. we know this instability is bad for kids. it creates much more risk of school failure, of early pregnancy, of drug use and so on. >> ainsley: based on your study and your findings after this study, what would you tell your girls, your children? >> well, i'd always say, find yourself your husband before you have children, and make sure that you're married before you have kids. make sure you're in a very stable situation. >> ainsley: good advice because somewhat socially acceptable to have a baby among certain groups. good to see you. thank you for coming in. interesting topic that we need to address. coming up, defending himself from an intruder, a homeowner protecting himself after someone breaks into his house. but what would have happened if this homeowner didn't have his right to bear arms? then we are sumo wrestling out on the plaza. that's men getting for a match.
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explosives. they were investigating a death when they came across the bomb making materials. they saw an assault rifle and apparently also found some ied's of some sort. the student apparently had shot himself with the rifle. they found the bomb squad was called in, still there. all classes are canceled until at least noon. the ucf arena is being set up for the 500 students who were displaced by what's going on. >> ainsley: wow. big school, too. my mother-in-law went there. also this morning, two people are dead this morning after a private jet crashes into homes in south bend, indiana. now hundreds are being forced to leave their homes while crews clean up the jet fuel. anita joins us live from the scene of that crash with the latest. good morning, anita. >> hi, good morning to you. the ntsb and faa are investigating. boy, this must have been some frightening moments. you can see the house here behind me. you can see what you're looking at is the tail of the jet that
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crashed into the home. there were four people on board that jet. two of them are dead. we don't know if that included the pilot and the crew. at this point, we don't have identification. there were additional people on the ground that were hurt. there are a total of three people that were taken to local hospitals and at least two people have died as a result of this whole thing. you can imagine how scary this was for the people who heard it and saw it. >> my front door flew open and then i heard a big boom. i ran outside and got my kids to come inside. >> the jet engine fuel, you could smell it. you could smell it. that's the reason why they made everybody leave the houses. >> this was a beach craft premiere 1 twin jet that lost control, reportedly had some electrical problem. it originated from at all is a. -- tulsa. we understand it was trying to
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land. it touched down and took off again. the air traffic controller lost communication with it for eight minutes and after that,started t it had already crashed. reportedly when it came down t hit three homes and landed in this home. it was a family inside that home, a six-year-old little boy was in the kitchen and all he had was a catch on his head. it's amazing nobody was killed on the ground in that home. reporting live from south bend i indiana, back to you. >> steve: thanks very much. we got other stories making headlines. louisiana governor bobby jindal in a car accident over the weekend, but he's okay. don't worry. a large rental truck apparently sideswiped the suv the governor was riding in. he was on his way home from his son's soccer game. police say that the driver was ticketed for making an illegal u-turn. also, an upscale virginia neighborhood on edge after a
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homeowner allegedly gunned down a man who he thought was an intruder to his house. it happened early sunday morning. police say a teen was out drinking and tried breaking into his neighbor's home thinking it was his own house. officials say he may have broken in through a back window and started climbing the stairs before the homeowner confronted and shot him. the incident leaving neighbors scared and confused. >> there was ambulances and fire trucks, couldn't get into my neighborhood. and i kind of walked over here and i saw three people sitting on the floor of the front lawn of the house that it happened at. >> this is freaking us out when we see a lot of cop cars and media and i don't know what's going on. >> steve: sterling, virginia police have not released the name of the teen-ager or homeowner. if at first you don't succeed, try and try again. this video has gone viral this morning. the dog is ready to play, but
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nobody told him how the slide works. henry the dog can't make it to the top of the slide. looks like he's having plenty of fun. as much fun as a dog can have. adorable. >> brian: right. later he chased his tail. all right. let me tell you what happened in the world of sports. it's time to go to the dance. louisville scoring the top overall pick. patino quite happy. the brackets came out yesterday early evening. kansas is number one in the south. gonzaga in the west. kentucky, last year's champion, did not make the tournament. hitting it 2 was not that hard for the heat. they had no problem with the raptors. they won 22 in a row. they're now top of the second longest streak in nba history. 33 is the record set by the lakers. next up, will be the celtics who without kevin garnett will still be tough. >> steve: meanwhile, we're just two days away from the first day
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of spring. maria molina where it is below freezing on the streets of new york city. >> that's right. good morning. it is not feeling anything like spring out here in new york city, or in places across the great lakes and the midwest. we're seeing temperatures well below average. we've been seeing them hovering throughout the morning hours in the upper 20s in new york city. by this afternoon, you should be seeing a high in new york city at 36. 29 only in minneapolis. a warm day in san antonio. take a look at the high. 93 degrees for your high temperature. possible record heat out across southern parts of the state of texas. there is also a chance for severe weather coming up across southeast this afternoon, into tonight. isolated tornadoes, large hail and damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 miles an hour will be possible. that includes jackson and memphis. otherwise in the upper midwest, blizzard warnings in effect due to heavy snow and also strong winds. i'm actually outside with ainsley. >> ainsley: come on over!
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>> maria so tiny next to these guys. we're get not guilty this ring. we're here with kelly and biamba. kelly, what's going on, tell bus this event? >> the living social national sumo and sushi tour. so we're going to eight cities all over the country, probably more next year. it's a lot of fun hanging out with the living social people. most people heard of it. it's in every major city. it's a lot of fun. >> ainsley: what are the rules of sumo wrestling? >> so you can punch, you know. [ laughter ] >> ainsley: no eye poking either, right? >> it's very simple. you get off the ring, you lose. >> ainsley: you try to get your opponent out of the ring or a body part on the ground other than your feet? >> yeah. >> ainsley: we're going to watch them do it. we'll do a play by play. show us thousand do this. so this is what happens when two guys come to new york and they lose their luggage, maria.
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[ laughter ] whoa! pretty serious. are you allowed to do what he just did? you can't slap? wow. okay. slapping, slapping. >> wow. >> ainsley: not allowed to do that. you're not allowed to eye poke. okay. can we hear him? okay. let's see it done. will you wrestle for us? >> now they're starting a match. >> ainsley: i don't know how they're out here without clothes on. we're barefooted and our feet are freezing. okay. so the match begins. they get down. keep in mind, it is so cold out here. what's the temperature here? >> about 28 degrees.
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>> ainsley: whoa! >> okay. out of the ring. kelly, you lost that? you lost that one. >> yeah, he definitely lost. >> brian: i think when he backed outside of the ring. i bet you there is revenge right now. >> ainsley: let's see. rematch. >> brian: i think they're sizing each other up pretty well. >> ainsley: whoa! their mascot is the skins. kelly is 430 pounds. >> and jiamba is 370 pounds. >> ainsley: get him, kelly! >> brian: these two have been hugging each other for two hours. >> ainsley: whoa! they're going to show us a thing or two. okay. what do we do? >> steve: are you going to wrestle? >> we're going to wrestle, yeah. >> ainsley: they're going to kill maria, though. >> brian: you're putting maria
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in there? >> steve: put down the mike and defend yourself! >> ainsley: i can't get down. i'm in a skirt! i won! out of the ring. are you okay? i hope i didn't flash everyone at home, but i won. back to you. >> brian: what a dramatic victory. >> steve: all right. >> brian: a lot of fun. >> steve: it was. >> brian: 19 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up, the commander in chief letting the military take the hit in the budget cuts. how is it affecting our men and women, the highest ranking woman in the military next. >> steve: it's the number one movie at the box office and it was funded by taxpayers from one of the brokest states in the united states. how many people did the state have to fire to cover the
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ly. >> steve: march is women's history month and who better to celebrate that with than the senior most ranking enlisted female in the u.s. military's history. joining us now is chief master sergeant denise jalinsky hall of the national guard. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> steve: you're going to be retiring in a couple of months, right? >> i am, in june, yes. >> steve: what's your plan? >> my plan is that my family and i will move to colorado and i'm going to rest for a while and then i am going to pursue my education. i have some other opportunities and options. i'm open. but that's my overall plan. >> steve: that's fantastic. we've been talking here on the channel a lot about the sequester and the cuts and one of the worries has been leading up to it and now going forward is that they will hollow out the military because the cuts are so disproportionate against the military rather than a lot of the other programs. what's your biggest worry about
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it? >> what happens to america happens to the national guard. our concern is about readiness. readiness of the force. within a few short months, the operational readiness of our national guard will begin to erode. the backbone of our force is our military text nixes. they're the ones that develop and administer the training for our citizen soldiers and airmen and will have an neglect on our families. repeatedly i meat with some of our national guard airmen and sim and talked about moving in with parents, sell ago second car. it has a profound impact on our national guard and in the communities as well. we're in every state, territory president districts in over 3,000 communities in nearly every zip code. many of our citizen soldiers and airmen are the businessmen and women in those communities. so it will have a very big impact. readiness for us is the most -- biggest concern. >> steve: i'm glad you personified that at the end there where you're talking about we hear it's just 2%. and in the gigantic scheme of
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things, it doesn't seem like much. but when you talk about how some families are talking about we'll have to sell our second car, that shows that the military really is being impacted. >> it becomes real. it's an emotional time. it's real for them. >> steve: what about women in combat? it looks like that's a reality as well now. >> right now the department of defense has a study going on for women in the combat. they're looking at over 237 different job opportunities for women to possibly serve in. women have been serving in combat for decades. now, the thing that is important to remember here is standards. we need to insure that our women meet the same standards. not a female standard, not a male standard, but the standard. and if they are able to meet and exceed those, then they ought to have the opportunity to serve in those role. it's important we're thouedcal -- methodical, that we look at the long-term effects on our women. >> steve: so after the study,
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they'll do the analysis and they'll decide then whether or not women should be on the front lines? >> yes. >> steve: all right. you're okay with that? >> i am okay with that. >> steve: all right. >> as long as we do due diligence and do this right and study it and insure that the women are able to perform those duties. >> steve: thank you very much for your service. thanks very much for joining us today. >> thank you. >> steve: good luck in a couple of months with your retirement, chief. >> thank you so much. >> steve: thank you. >> great to be here. >> steve: all right. up next, it is the number one movie at the box office and it was funded by taxpayers from one of the brokest states in the nation. how many people did that state have to fire to cover the $40 million tab for the new oz movie? first, on this day in history, back in 1987, "lean on me" by club neauveau
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>> brian: le winner of the affleck trivia question is from san antonio. it's up with of the broken states in the country, michigan. with so many layoffs and foreclosure, it's the last state that should be wasting money, you would think. why in the world did michigan politicians handing out millions of dollars to the movie industry? let's take disney, for example. the state shelled out $40 million to help make the new oz movie and taxpayers got stuck with the bill. how did they get away with that. a republican state representative is here, 45th district. representative, they were supposed to bring money intoing michigan. but it hasn't done that yet. how did you write that check? >> well, in order to pay
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$40 million, businesses had to not hire or lay off about 1,000 or more employees. so it was put in by a governor, our prior governor, granholm, who governed by press release. now we're turning the state around of the we're getting our fiscal house in order. >> brian: i wouldn't you are not going to get the money back. how much does it burn you they were supposed to bring in $140 million for the investment. "oz" is a great movie, disney a why company, but michigan is out in the cold! >> right. it doesn't make any sense. this corporate welfare, the state or national level, to take money out of the pockets of businesses and give it to millionaires and billionaires. i don't have a problem with rich people. but when you're getting our tax money on top of it in subsidy, it's wrong. >> brian: these are the numbers that have you outraged this morning and us as well. the state paid $125 million to have the movie done. the state earned 13.5 million. that's 11 cents on the dollar.
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>> yeah. i mean, it's just a lot of money and we could use that for roads. we could use it for schools. there's a lot of things we could be use not guilty michigan. to send it out to hollywood and pay for big salaries, doesn't make any sense. >> brian: representative, what's going to be different now? the governor you said did not have to sign off on this. the film bureau did. they have their own budget. is there going to be something new with checks and balances? >> yeah. in the past when this was approved, oz, we had prior governor in and it was unlimited, the tax credits were refundable, we were cutting checks. now it's $50 million, the house, michigan house zero it is out. but somehow it makes its way back. it's a phi knit number and we're getting it back under control. i'm impressed by governor schneider. >> brian: this is something that you welcome the film industry there, but not at this cost? >> yeah. i mean, they can certainly come in and they've been doing films here before there were subsidies.
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they'll do them -- because we've beautiful state. but they don't need to be taking money out of our pockets of our businesses and citizens in order to come here. >> brian: i hope you got free tickets because i hear the movie is good. the money is just too much for any state to be handing out. thanks so much. state representative tom mcmillian. >> thank you very much. >> brian: coming up straight ahead in the final hour of this show, the post office is billions of dollars in the hole and cutting saturday delivery. so why are managers at the golf conference right now? they show up late and aren't dressed for success. new research finds young professionals aren't professional at all. are they right? is this study wrong? do you know some 20 somethings that do work hard that want to fire back? right now, on twitter or on-line
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>> ainsley: good morning to you. it's monday, march 18. i'm ainsley earhart filling in for gretchen. another benghazi bombshell, one senator says the survivors are being silenced. he knows because they told him so, he says. hear from him straight ahead. >> steve: and hypocrisy alert. they're supposed to protest workers' rights. so why are members in one of america's largest unions talking about striking against the union bosses? how funny is that? not very. >> brian: the post office is billions of dollars in the hole and cutting saturday delivery. why did it spend millions of dollars to send managers to a lavish conference in california? "fox & friends" starts now. >> brian: we always talk about the post office. i like post office.
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my postman is fantastic. i like people who work there. we just wonder why they're not trying to balance the books. >> steve: they've got some book balancing problems at the post office. and when you hear this next story, you will go what? are you kidding me? say what, are you kidding me? look, it's ainsley earhart. >> ainsley: good morning. i'm filling in for gretch this morning. >> brian: gretchen saw sumo wrestlers, think i better take off now. >> ainsley: yep i. took care of it for you, gretchen. it was wonderful. >> steve: you can cross that off your bucket list now. >> ainsley: that was definitely top of the list. >> brian: it was chris chulo's list, but doesn't matter. >> ainsley: a developing stare, evacuations underway at the university of florida. you're looking at the scene from the orlando campus there. students rushing out of their dorms after authorities found explosives. they were investigating a death when they came across the bomb making materials. they think that the student shot himself with a rifle that they
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found. the bomb squad is there. the campus is closed until at least noon. we will have a live report for you in just a few minutes. shocking new details about the sandy hook school shootings. the gunman, am dan lanza, reportedly planning that rampage for years. investigators found a seven foot long and four foot wide kill sheet that contained extensive research about mass murderers of the past, and even attempted killings. back in december, he shot and killed 20 children and six women at the newtown, connecticut elementary school before turning the gun on himself. he also shot and killed his mother. >> brian: thought he was play ago video game? >> ainsley: i'm wondering why -- >> brian: like his mom. >> ainsley: another developing story. dozens of firefighters trying to contain this massive fire. this is at a resort near dollywood. you can see the flames shooting into the air. at least 35 cabins at the resort in pigeon forge, ten continue,
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now destroyed. the fire has been burning for 16 hours. 25 fire departments are there at the scene. loved ones concerned for firefighters battling the fire. >> i talked to him earlier before i headed up here and i could hear the helicopters and he said the helicopters are flying over. that's about the only time i got to communicate with him because, of course, he's trying to fight a fire. so i don't get to talk to him as much. but i've been sending text messages and telling him i love him. >> ainsley: so far no injuries reported there. and this is embarrassing. a not so happy union for workers in the service employees international union chapter in california. mens of the seiu 1021 authorizing a strike against their own leaders. they've been without a contract since last year. they're unhappy that leaders are pushing for concessions on pensions as well as health care. but there are reports that a tentative deal might have been reached. those are your headlines.
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>> steve: you know what we need? a tentative deal with the survivors of benghazi will be allowed to testify in public so we know exactly what happened. >> brian: i don't know what's stopping them. >> steve: here is the problem, let me start here. lindsey graham was on with governor huckabee over the weekend where he talked about, he has actually spoken to several of the 33 survivors from that night in benghazi. what they say is they were told to be quiet and he thinks the administration is trying to cover it up. here is lindsey graham with huckabee a couple of nights ago. listen to this. >> you got to remember, this administration leaked every detail of the bin laden raid. they told us about the pakistani doctor who is now in jail. they told bus seal team 6. they're refusing to give us the identity of the survivors and allow them to come to congress to be interviewed. i'm going to hold up the business of the congress until we get the testimony. i talked to a couple.
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their story is chilling. they're scared to death to come forward without some institutional support. >> brian: i just like to see number one, who they are. just get a list of those names. you pursue them, then we continue to follow their story logically. if there is any redemption or if there is any pay back for them coming forward, we'll be able to report it, shine a light on it and it would go away. wouldn't you think? >> steve: you would think so. but apparently most of the guys are probably c.i.a. and they've got this no whistle blower rule at the c.i.a. they can't talk and if they are going to talk, they need permission from the c.i.a., which would mean also from the white house as well. so if they do talk, they would not only worry about getting fired, but they'd have to worry about being prosecuted for releasing classified information. so they're in a pickle. they would need the c.i.a. to say okay, all you survivors who work for us, go on out there and tell your story, which is not going to happen. >> ainsley: we already know what we need to know about this. they're saying they're not asking anyone to be silent. so the question is, why don't
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these 33 come forward? it might be a safety issue. they might not want to come forward because they're worried about backlash from other individuals, from leaders, or also from terrorists. >> steve: if you're a c.i.a. member, you can't whistle blow on the government. >> ainsley: right. are they all c.i.a.? not all 33 are. >> brian: i doubt if they all are. that is true. the captain in the military still active today, fought in iraq and afghanistan, on the fact is, he's not that curious because he already knows it's already bad from what we know already. >> i think we should get that on the ground perspective. i don't think at this point we're probably going to get a whole lot different than we already know. we know they didn't heed the warnings. we know the folks at the annex and at the consulate knew there was an attack likely coming. white house didn't do anything about it. then when they were attacked, there was no real rapid response that happened. we know that all happened. i have think the survivors would provide additional detail which is are important. we should hear from them.
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i don't know how much it's going to change from this administration that's good at stone walling. >> brian: one thing about the c.i.a., they have a wait of getting their stories out. we saw that a lot about the bush administration when they weren't happy about how they were being portrayed in the media. suddenly there were these leaks that came out. they could find a way to do things covertly to get the story out. i'd like to see somebody else pursue this because we're like the jennifer griffin, bret baier, us, like the lone rangers on this. >> steve: yeah. how many -- report back to news a couple of days. how many of your local papers are going to do this? this is a gigantic stories. >> brian: the government is pressuring witnesses not to come forward? >> steve: they're told not to talk. watch the other network newscasts. find out and report back to us how many of your favorite news shows actually do this story aside if fox? >> ainsley: i want to know, too. who were these witnesses? were they working there in the consulate? >> steve: could be state or c.i.a., contractors. >> brian: jay carney says, quote, i am sure the white house is not prehave noting anyone from speaking. >> ainsley: right. >> brian: enough said. >> steve: all right. meanwhile, we've got a fox news
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alert for you right now. evacuations underway at the university of florida. that is the orlando campus. explosives were found as authorities investigated a student's death. wofl reporter ray ramundi live with more. ray? >> good morning to you, this still remain has very active investigation going on between the orange county bomb squad unit and orange county fire rescue teams of the we just learned about five minutes ago that the f.b.i. and including the joint task force unit there, bomb squad unit and haz-mat unit has been called here on scene to assist with this investigation. here is what we know so far. just after midnight, police got a call here that there was a student here, a male student here on campus that they had a gun. we understand moments later, police arrived on scene and when they came here, they came right down the street you see here behind me, west plaza drive, west of the uqf arena. they went inside the tower one dorm on the sixth floor,
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dormitory inside that dorm, they discovered that there was a male student inside with self-inflicted gunshot wounds. he was found dead. what's interesting is that they also found several explosives inside of his room. we do understand the whole entire tower which houses some 500 students here on the campus were evacuated. they were transported to the student union building, which is a couple of blocks away from here. and around the 7:00 o'clock hour, they were brought back here to the u fm arena where they have been given food, given beverages and have been counseled by ucf officials here on scene of the we know text message alerts were sent out at 2:09 and 47 minutes later, just alerting students there wasn't no real threat to this community after bomb squad unit teams were able to secure the area. the entire west side has been evacuated, as we do know investigators are still trying to figure out exactly why this student killed himself and why
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he had all those explosives inside of his dorm room. what a scary situation that continues to remain here on the campus of ucf. back to you in new york. >> steve: thank you very much for the live report. >> brian: i really can't imagine school opening today. i know they haven't canceled the whole day. >> steve: meanwhile, here is something for you. the post office is on the verge of suspending and canceling saturday delivery, also in september they defaulted on $5.6 billion worth of health benefits. now as it turns out, if you were one of 400 lucky managers, you got a fantastic conference in california! >> brian: yeah. we have a look inside at some details of this conference because inside, you have a bunch of managers, post office managers who are getting together to discuss their fiscal -- they say to discuss their fiscal problems and fiscal challenges. but why is it necessary to do
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this in california? wouldn't logic tell think wouldn't look good should it be found out? didn't we go through this in 2008? >> ainsley: they're broke, at the brink of bankruptcy u about spending $2.2 million on the conference in california. >> steve: and 400 postal service managers went there. that's where it was held. hotels there are about 300 bucks a night. also they did some golfing. they say they expect -- why did they go? they expect to develop, quote, sales leads. it was all part of the national postal forum. 4,000 attending in all. and 400 of them were managers. i think it's great that they should do this because let's face it, it's so depressing, demoralizing working at the postal service these days. don't you think those guys should be able to go out and blow a bunch of dough and blow off steam? >> brian: not really. if you're looking for extra money, the answer is in the post office and that is the wanted photos. you could get the burglar, get
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that reward money and then use it to form your own dog the bounty hunter situation where you hunt down your own criminals. >> steve: you think there is a burglar on the wall of the post office? just a burglar? >> ainsley: one that works there. i think there is one that works there. i sent a letter with a gift card to a friend of mine that lives in atlanta. she got the card with it sliced open on the side, gift card was gone. if you're sending a gift card in the mail, make sure you pad it. >> brian: or like ainsley and forgot to put it in and use that story. [ laughter ] >> ainsley: no. i really did include it. >> brian: i'm only kidding. you would never do something like that. straight ahead, the government issuing a dire warning about a super bug. we might not be able to fight it because of the sequester. the only problem? not exactly the truth. wait until you hear the real story. >> steve: yep. then a squarey lesson could be coming to a school near you. graphic stories of war and bombings set to be taught to third graders.
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read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >> steve: here is something you need to know. the centers for disease control in atlanta issuing a dire warning about a deadly new super bug. we might not be able to fight it because of the sequester. >> brian: there is just one problem. it's not true. not exactly true. wait until you hear this story. >> steve: former new york lieutenant governor betsy mccoy founder of the committee to reduce infection deaths joins us live. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> steve: okay. so it's called cre and how deadly is it? >> 50% of patients who contract this in a hospital or nursing home die from it. it's very deadly.
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and about five times as deadly as the household word mrsa, which everyone is so afraid of. secondly, patient on one floor can have it and three weeks later, you'll find the germ on a ventilator in the icu on another floor of the hospital. so it's a very, very deadly germ. >> brian: how is sequester enabling that germ to proliferate? >> of course, it isn't. but the head of the cdc warned on february 22 that sequester cuts, reductions in the funds available to the centers for disease control and prevention, would stop them from fighting hospital infections and that's preposterous. but getting back to the real issue here, what has the cdc been doing? new york area hospitals had many, many cases of this germ in -- a decade ago in 2003. and then patients were exposed to the germ, carried it to arizona, florida, new jersey,
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israel, europe. now 42 states we know of are fighting this germ. why did they wait a decade to sound the alarm about this nightmare bacteria? >> steve: it's amazing that they should suggest that the sequester is essentially going to kill people. we know about the closing the white house. but the sequester is going to kill people. >> well, i'm worried that even in a broader view that the cdc has lost sight of its core mission. we can help our own children exercise. we can decide what to eat and yet the cdc is focusing all its attention, all its money on these programs to change our lives instead of the core mission, tracking and preventing infectious disease and making our hospitals safe. >> brian: you think we should call our state legislature and let them know, but you brought that with you. >> call the state legislatures because we want to make this a reportable disease in all 50 states. the cdc has persuaded six states
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to make this persuadable. you can't fight something like this if you don't know where it's happening. secondly, if you're going to the hospital to visit a friend or loved one, forget the candy. forget the flowers. bring a canister of bleach wipes to wipe all the surfaces right around the patient's bed and kill as many germs as possible. i brought this because in this big law, the obama health law, our programs for the cdc to hand out $100 million a year for things like instant recess videos so people can get up in the middle of their workday and dance for ten minutes. that should not be the priority of the centers for disease control and prevention when we're facing a potential hospital plague. >> steve: a lot of people didn't know about the cre so next time you go to the hospital, nothing says i love you quite like lysol. >> bleach. >> steve: always a pleasure. >> brian: i cannot wait to explore this instant recess. it will be fantastic when i get up and dance. >> instead of making our
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hospitals safe. let's make our priorities safe. >> brian: coming up on this show, our priority is this, atheists claim this picture of jesus is unconstitutional because it's hanging in a school. the school says that it's protected by free speech. who is right? we'll debate it. >> steve: my grandma used to have this picture on her whole. a guy who finds a phone on the sidewalk. does he return it? would you? anna kooiman looks like she's about to make a citizen's arrest ♪
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>> steve: quick look at headlines on this monday morning. lindsay lohan due back in court today on charges she lied to cops about a car crash. if she's convicted, she could
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face 240 days behind bars. it is unclear if she will make it to court. she apparently skipped her flight saturday night from new york to california. but is reportedly on her way back this morning. mount etna's volcano shooting red hot lava into the sky in sicily. authorities say nobody is in danger from the eruptions, but plenty of cars and streets are a mess from the ash. it's ash monday. ainsley to you. >> ainsley: thanks. that is a great intro to this next story. it has been a staple of an ohio school for decades. this picture of jesus hanging in the hallway since 1947. but this year everything changed when a group of atheists claimed that picture, that portrait violates their first amendment right. christian students tried to save it by moving it to a different school in the district. they claimed that the jesus picture is protected by free speech. so who is right in this debate?
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joining me for a fair and balanced debate, two guests. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> ainsley: tamara, we'll start with you because studying for this, i was reading you say legally that portrait needs to be taken off the wall. why do you think that? >> right. just for all purposes of full disclosure here, i think that -- i believe in religion and i'm not an atheist by any means. but this has been very clear and determined by the courts that this is a violation of the establishment clause of the constitution or the first amendment. and why that is is because you can not have an entanglement of public and religion here. that's what's going on. this is a public school and this is the school putting a seal of approval on a religious piece of art. >> ainsley: okay. david, we want to hear the other side of this because any time we see a nativity, a portrait of jesus, the ten commands, we know it's a matter of time before the aclu will get involved. do they have a case here?
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>> certainly they may have a case burks i don't think they're going to be victorious. it's not as easy it was just explained. this is a convoluted type of thing. this particular situation is sponsored by a private club within a public school. the supreme court has been very clear -- >> which case? you're absolutely wrong. there has been no case. >> i'm in the middle of talking. many cases have decided that private clubs within a public school have the right to practice religion. plenty of cases where they're allowed to -- >> you're an attorney. if you're going to make a legal argument to say there are plenty of cases, there was a case in bloomington that was exactly the same. a picture was placed in a public school and the court ruled that you have to take it down. >> ainsley: let me give the folks at home some background, david, before you argue against that. it was a gift from an
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organization, a private club, a christian organization, almost 70 years ago, and the school is saying this is student speech. we have a quote from the superintendent who says the portrait can hang in the school if it is student speech. he's saying yes, this is a public school. we've moved it to the public high school from the middle school calls, but saying that this is -- because it is a public school but a private club, as david was saying. so david, the argument, i think tamara is trying to say here, if it is a private organization, can you put anything on public property as long as a private club is putting it on? >> no, no. you don't have indiscretion to put anything up anywhere. but within reason, the school cannot show hostility towards religion. school has to show neutrality toward the religion. and by the way, that was just -- i'll quote justice o'conner if you want a supreme court quote that you must show neutrality. so within reason, within the
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school, the picture can be posted. there is a fair grounds here. >> ainsley: tamara, i'll give you the last word. this picture has been up 70 years. is it really harming anyone? >> no, i do not think it's harming anybody. but at the end of the day whether you want to quote the supreme court or not, there is an entanglement here where the school is basically putting a seal of approval on a piece of art and that is a violation of the establishment -- i didn't make the rules up. >> ainsley: thanks so much. i appreciate both of you coming in this morning. a scary lesson coming to schools. graphic stories of war and bombings for third graders. is that appropriate? why these books were just approved. plus, the sumo wrestlers, they're out. chess is out why we're playing a life size game. >> brian: make a move! lobster ,
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it's declined. 52% of managers say new hires have an air of entitlement. i cannot say, that's not our experience here with our interns. >> ainsley: that's not our experience. so there is a test that you can take to see how mature you are as an employee. so can we put this up on the screen. don't pay attention to your instructors. look at rules as guidelines. do you pout when you get in trouble? you don't understand when things don't go well? have been told you're attire is not professional? more than once and you're constantly late? >> steve: what all these hr professionals say is that one of the things about the kids -- maybe it's just wait we are these days burks a lot of these kids arrive at the new office with an air of entitlement. we got some e-mails from a bunch of different people and they seem to be all over the place. andrew says, i see what you guys are saying about young professionals showing up late and poorly dressed for work. i happen to be an exception to this trend, though. i'm a 26-year-old professional and i wake up at 5:00 a.m every morning to iron my shirt, slacks
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and shine my shoes. >> ainsley: you're on top of your game. you're going to get the big boss job. >> brian: not many 26-year-olds say slacks. i'm wondering about the authenticity. i agree with the survey. i have employees from 21 to 70 years of age. the report was shot on. the youngsters have a hard time showing up and can't wait to leavement acting entitled is part of who they are. >> ainsley: gosh. see, i don't know. i feel like these surveys or these studies come out every year and it's always saying the next generation is not doing what they should do. why can't they be like us? >> steve: if you're a young kid, make sure you try to be more professional. >> brian: like lauren green, for example. >> steve: exactly. and we're talking about lauren because of this, world leaders flocking to rome today to celebrate the newly elected pope at his inaugural mass early tomorrow morning. lauren green is live not far from vatican city right now. good morning to you, lauren. >> good morning to you, steve. right now the new pope francis
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is having lunch with the argentine president, who he has clashed with in the past over social issues in their country. but all is being readied for the inaugural mass tomorrow in saint peter's square. a million tourists are expected. also more than 130 delegations and heads of state are expected as well. last night vice president joe biden arrived and he has the u.s. delegation of nancy pelosi and new mexico governor souza in a martinez. yesterday he celebrated mass and greeted everybody and later francis delivered his first angelus or blessing to 200,000 in saint peter's square, telling them of god's great capacity for forgiveness. >> don't forget god never gets tired of forgiving us. it is we who get tired of asking for forgiveness. have a good sunday and have a nice lunch. >> also the vatican saying that
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before the mass tomorrow, pope francis will actually got in the pope mobile and tour around saint peter's square to greet people. that's something very new for him. and also he will go down to visit the tomb of peter, the one that jesus said, you are peter and on this rock i will build my church and the gates of hades will not overcome it. that's the information of the vatican about tomorrow's inaugural mass. steve? >> ainsley: steve is outside. you're pitching back to ainsley. thank you so much. >> hello. >> ainsley: i know you can't see me. you're on the other side of the world. vatican city, smallest country in the world. and now to your headlines. a developing story this morning. university of central florida shut down. hundreds of students evacuated after explosives were found in a dorm room. authorities found the bomb making materials as they were investigating a student's death. they think the student shot himself with a rifle. the f.b.i., bomb squad also there at the scene right now. students describing the scene of confusion overnight.
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>> some of us couldn't get to the cars. i rushed downstairs. i couldn't get my car keys. so i've been stuck here for five hours. maybe given the 411, i would have known that there was an incident, brought everything i could. >> ainsley: we're being cold ucf is closed until at least noon but the school said there is no immediate threat. a pennsylvania community mourning the loss of a beloved coach and her unborn child killed in a bus crash. ♪ the lord is my life and my salvation ♪ ♪ . >> ainsley: hundreds gathered on sunday for a special memorial service at seton hill university. members of the women's lacrosse team wore their uniforms and laid flowers in memory of their head coach, christina quigley. quigley, who you see here, six months pregnant, and died on saturday, when a team bus veered off the highway, crashed into the tree. the bus driver was also killed. a scary school lesson for children. new york educators getting the green light to an english
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curriculum that includes picture books with realistic portrayals of war for kids as young as eight years old. they include the librarian of basra, which contains drawings of fighter planes dropping bombs on a palm tree lined middle eastern town and people wondering who will die. the lessons will be used in third through fifth grade. now we're going to hand it over to maria who has the weather forecast for us this morning. >> good morning. it's a chilly day in new york city, not feeling like spring is around the corner at all. it's supposed to be coming up on wednesday. but temperatures are well below what's average for this time of year. currently 30 in new york city. the high temperature will get to 36. cold day in minneapolis. nothing like san antonio where you're talking record heat. 93 degrees for your high temperature. that's actually more like summer time. severe weather threat in place across sections of the southeast, mississippi, alabama, georgia, tennessee and ken condition. we do have a chance to see
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thunderstorms that could produce some isolated tornadoes, wind gusts and large hail. now let's head to steve and brian. >> steve: okay. thank you very much. we have a much better appreciation for how cold it is out here for the sumo wrestlers as we're about to play chess with one of the world's greatest players. i'd like to introduce to you susan, grand master chess player and also you're pretty much the grand pubah of chess at webster university? >> i'm so look forward to the final four coming up in a couple of weeks. it's in washington, d.c. >> brian: the final four of the chess championship. i think you're going to win. but first you got to beat us. are you ready? >> yes. >> steve: you go to that side and we'll play 90 seconds on the clock. all right. susan, you can go first. go! >> i start first.
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okay. you're playing. >> steve: come on, brian! defense! no, no, no. that's a queen. >> brian: focus! >> steve: i'm going to put the queen where she belongs. >> steve: wait a minute! >> brian: you can't move it to check? >> no, no. >> steve: good, good. >> brian: take that! >> steve: keep them coming. >> steve: i'm sorry! let's call our king larry. >> brian: i get to go, right? okay. >> steve: horse jump. jump in front. >> brian: why, 'cause you like horses? >> steve: to forget the king! -- protect the king!
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>> here comes another check. >> steve: oh, man! >> brian: can you not make it look so easy? >> steve: 12 seconds! come on! >> that's also check. >> steve: ten, nine, eight, seven -- >> brian: oh! >> steve: it's a draw! we tied one of the best chess players in the world! >> from that, some improvement. >> steve: it took three of us to square off against you. you're really good. >> thank you. >> ainsley: the women rule. you guys have no idea what you're doing, do you? >> brian: you have the easy one. two sumo wrestlers. you had two men in socks. >> ainsley: nice try. coming up next, amazing story, the nine-year-old boy who taught his neighbor infant cpr so she could save her baby? they both join us next. and check out this guy who finds a phone on the sidewalk.
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>> brian: your baby stops breathing. that's what happened to one georgia woman's newborn baby. in a panic, she ran outside and screamed for help. an unlikely hero stepped up, a nine-year-old boy. the mom of two-month-old baby in distress and her hero, rocky, welcome to all three of you. that's your two-month-old, isiah. what a day. first off, when you got up, you realized your baby wasn't right. right? isiah, there was -- he seemed a little off? >> yes. i was holding him and it was in the late afternoon, almost 5:00 o'clock. he was in my lap and he just fell asleep very abruptly. something seemed alarming about that. so i gave him another minute and then i realized he looked really
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pale. that's when i realized he wasn't breathing. >> brian: so ointedded up -- ended up going outside and screaming for help. correct? >> i did, because my cell phone had -- in the commotion, my cell phone slipped underneath the sofa i was on and i wasn't about to set him down to look for it. and i spent several seconds trying to wake him up and alert him and splashing water on his face and doing everything that i could to wake him up. then i realized, i put my finger under his nose and realized he wasn't breathing. i gave him one breathe and i think that lasted him until rocky coached me through the cpr. >> brian: so what happened, rocky? you saw her screaming, then you ran over. right? >> yeah. i ran over and i thought that there was a burglar in the house. so i still -- i went inside just to be sure. soy thought i could help. >> brian: what did you end up doing, rocky? what did she ask to you do and what did you?
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>> soon i ended up doing cpr. >> brian: and how did you know what to do? did mrs. enron tell what you to do? were you calm the entire time? were you calm the whole time? >> i was calm the whole time. i never broke a sweat or anything. i was positive i knew what was happening. i knew what i was doing. >> i had run back inside after i asked the boys to have their parents call 911. when i came back in, rocky had followed me inside and he noticed that i had my hand on isiah's chest and i think he thought i might have been doing cpr, but i was just screaming. i didn't know what to do. i'm screaming he's not breathing. and rocky said, put two fingers on his chest and press down five times and blow into his mouth. so i did that. and initially isiah responded to
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the compressions and then i breathed into his mouth, but just before i did that, i panicked and i said, die plug his nose? he said yes, plug his nose. i did that. then i continued the compressions and cpr and he ran back outside to wait for the ambulance. then he came back in and about that time isiah let out a cry and he said, keep him crying, keep him crying! that's good. >> brian: rocky, how did you know to do all that? >> i learned it from a poster in the school cafeteria. and in my health class. >> brian: you are an amazing kid. do you feel like a hero, 'cause you're a hero? >> i feel good. but i didn't really care about being on tv. all i cared about was saving baby isiah. >> brian: you did just that and the whole world knows now through the u.s. and around the country. you're a lucky person to have a person like rocky and i'm glad everything is okay. >> thank you so much. me, too. i'm very grateful for rocky.
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his name is very fitting. >> brian: absolutely. thanks to all of you and we'll keep in touch. meanwhile. >> thank you. >> brian: straight ahead, we'll be back to wrap things up. if you found a phone or camera, would you return it? wait until you hear anna kooiman. she found out for herself and then bill hemmer, one of the most honest people around. i drop things all the time. >> rocky, man. what a great day, man. appropriately named. brian, good monday to you. there is breaking news on the explosives found in a college dorm room. what's going on there? the wife of an american jailed in iran made her plea to congress. will congress do anything? today she tells us her story. sarah palin is drinking from a big gulp and and who told the survivors in benghazi to stay quiet? that's the allegation. martha and i will see you in ten short minutes on "america's newsroom" in a razr thin profile.
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>> steve: if you found a wallet or phone on the ground, would you try find the owner and give it back? anna kooiman took a cross-country trip to find honesty in america. >> good morning. we did five cities in five days with the creators of a virtual lost and found system that's launching today called bungee tags. it allows you to anonymously tag your valuables, your wallet, keys, cell phone, camera, and it's link to do a personal code so when somebody finds it, they can text that code and link you up with that valuable. we started our tour in vegas. caesar's palace. we're about to lose a wallet and a passport to find out who is
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honest. people look like they see something. they might do the right thing and turn it in. a guy at the concession stand and now we wait and hope that the concession stand person does the right thing. we have a winner. somebody is doing the right thing. your property has been found by phone number and it gives the phone number. reply to text anonymously with the finder. hey there, did somebody find a wallet and a passport? >> yes. >> it likely would have been sitting here. >> yeah, very true. i like to give someone an avenue to return it to the correct owner. >> picking it up. kind of looking around. is he going to read it? what's this blue tag?
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reading it. excuse me, sir. i think i dropped my cell phone. is that mine? what were you planning on doing with it? >> i don't know. >> you were going to throw it away? >> yeah. >> you were going to throw away? >> yeah. >> why did you pick it up and not throw it in the trash can if you were going to throw it away? >> i don't know. that's why i look at it. >> how come you started walk really fast after you picked it up? >> i'm hungry. >> you're hungry? >> yeah. >> we are at the mirage. time to lose another camera and find out who is on it. ♪ .
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>> did you guys find my camera? >> we did, yeah. >> did you think this is a product you would want to invest in, this bungee? >> i didn't know. it's cool. 'cause how are we ever going to find who it belongs to. >> yeah. personal items, easy. >> when you see something like a camera, too. there is pictures on there. it's something that didn't really matter. but memories are made on a camera. >> exactly. >> yeah. >> that's what i said. yeah. >> so the bungee tags.com launching today. by the end of the week, we'll show you stories from las vegas, dallas, charleston and washington, d.c we'll let our viewers vote on who is the most honest and they'll win five grand from publisher's clearing house. >> brian: good in smear say good-bye. >> steve: we're going to take a quick timeout. back in a couple of minutes
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